What is Lichee Pi Zero?
Lichee Pi zero is a SD-card size ARM Cortex-A7 development board. It’s designed to be simple and affordable yet expandable and flexible. One can use it as a general compute module to make other things like handheld game consoles, calculators, IoT devices, or even (under powered) laptops. Or one can simply use it to learn ARM/Linux development.
What is on my Lichee Pi Zero?
There is nothing much on the Lichee Pi Zero core board. An Allwinner V3s SoC, a SD card slot, a USB-OTG port, a DPI TFT connector, a breadboard compatible connector, some power related chips, and that is it. Optionally, one can solder a SPI NOR (like W25X64) or a SPI NAND (like GD5F1G, but not yet supported.) on to it.